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Stafanie hattrick in large West Indies prevail upon Pakistan | July 05, 2021 11:03 AM

West Indies ladies' group captain Stafanie Taylor gave a directing presentation as she drove her group to a six-wicket prevail upon Pakistan ladies in the third T20 International to make a decisive victory of the series at the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground here.

Stafanie took a hattrick in the last over to end with 4/17 as Pakistan were packaged out for 102 in 19.4 overs. She then, at that point top-scored with 43 not out in Sunday as the host group walked around 106/4 off 19.1 overs to make it three successes in succession.

Stafanie turned into the second West Indian lady to take a hattrick at the global level when she eliminated tailenders Fatima Sana (1), Diana Baig (5) and Anam Amin (0).

The past hattrick for West Indies was by Anisa Mohammed against South Africa in 2018. Anisa likewise bowled well to end with figures of 3/24 off her four overs.

At the point when the West Indies batted, Stafanie added 41 for the fourth wicket with Chadean Nation (20) and afterward had a solid fifth-wicket remain of 48 with left-hander Kycia Knight, who finished on 24 not out.

Brief scores: Pakistan 102 in 19.4 overs (Aliya Riaz 29; S Taylor 4/17, A Mohammed 3/24) lost to West Indies 106/4 in 19.1 overs (S Taylor 43 not out, K Knight 24 not out) by six wickets.

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